On top of depression he was a closet homosexual. He owns the firm William C. Dear & Associates. Along the way he also paints the portrait of a very troubled and misunderstood youth for whom one can only feel sym.

It is a story once read never forgotten.

Dear is a decent writer, but he has an over sized ego which is extremely annoying. Also, I think this is one of those books that could have a wide audience. I can't really say that. The book was hyped as this kid who lost it playing Dungeons and Dragons, and because he was a genius had actually laid out these intricate plans, clues, etc. Welcome back. This non-fiction book is one of two books that initiated a negative backlash against Dungeons & Dragons in the early 1980s. Buy Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III by Dear, William (ISBN: 9780395355367) from Amazon's Book Store.

Just not what the book was hyped to be. He had entered the school’s utility tunnels with the intent of committing suicide and went into hiding after that attempt was … He was a computer whiz, wrote poetry and excelled at his school work.

More rumors of Dallas’s homosexuality and drug use. He is an airplane owner who still can charter Lear jets as necessary. An old memory popped into my head recently of reading about this case way back, either at the time or shortly afterwards in the early 80s. Read about the adventures he has following false leads, learning about Dungeons & Dragons, exploring underground steam tunnels, and laying down on the train tracks, and vaguely learn about the darker, sad true story of the disappearance that seems to go mostly untold, and deserves better treatment than this. Its only relevance now is as a footnote in the story of fantasy role-playing games as a part of the ridiculous Satanic-Panic of the 1980s. After finally receiving permission from MSU, Dear and eleven other men went into the maze of pipes and 130 degree heat. Is this a good book? It doesn’t end well either. An old memory popped into my head recently of reading about this case way back, either at the time or shortly afterwards in the early 80s. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, Published As for the reliability of the author, a character to be sure, I really didn't care going in about its reliability already being familiar with the facts in the tragic Dallas Egbert case.

It was truly a pleasure speaking with the author regarding his book. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. But in the course of his astonishing, grueling investigation of life at MSU--and of a young man's tragic alienation from society--he came to understand that there could be no single explanation for the disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III. The book is a quick read but does tend to seem to spin its wheels simply to fill space though at times it seems to hit on a moment of genuine suspense here and there.

Mr. Dear and his investigative team did eventually find the Egbert boy and this is his accounting of the search and rescue. Title: “The Dungeon Master – The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III” William Dear is pretty ridiculous and full of himself and this actually made the book kind of fun to read.

The Dungeon Master is only a passable read.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He is an airplane owner who still can charter Lear jets as necessary. A definite let-down, but still an interesting story. In the end, live-action D&D may have been a catalyst for this disturbed you man to run away from his life, but the game was not the cause. This was quite a gripping page-turner. beneath the college where he attended school. James Dallas Egbert III caused a media uproar when he disappeared in 1979, and made parents everywhere cry over their Dungeons-&-Dragons-playing children (because D&D, presumably, had made Dallas go crazy and run off into the steam tunnels below Michigan State, engrossed in a fantasy world of his own imagining). James Dallas Egbert, III was a young man of sixteen when he went missing. A real life mystery, investigated by a real private detective.

William Dear captures perfectly this true story, told in the first person. In my recollection a boy genius named Egbert, who was obsessed with D&D and liked to play in the sewers of Dallas, had disappeared. It's simply not worth the time to. The Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III is a 1984 book by private investigator William Dear, in which the author gives his explanation of the 1979 "steam tunnel incident" involving the disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III, a student at Michigan State University. After reading the book I actually tracked down the author and spoke with him by phone. The truth was far less intense and actually pretty mediocre where boy-genius craziness is concerned. Maybe?!

Get me the real scoop on the JFK assassination. The truth was far less intense and actually pretty mediocre where boy-genius craziness is concerned. So getting this book, turns out my memory was about 75% right -- the boy's name was James Dallas Egbert, and the private eye on the case wa. It's simply not worth the time to read though I did like the descriptions of the steam-tunnels where Dear's "suffering" seemed a throw-back to the fiction of R.E. A real life mystery, investigated by a real private detective.

James Dallas Egbert III haunts one from the first page to the last.

The Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III eBook: Dear, William C.: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. William Dear is a hugely successful private investigator based in Dallas, whose success allows him to hire several operatives. fans of Into the Wild, Paper Towns or detective novels/memoirs, William Dear relates the story of his search for James Dallas Egbert III, a young genius and avid Dungeons and Dragons player who mysteriously disappeared from the University of Michigan in 1979 in this gripping memoir. This was quite a gripping page-turner. Full marks. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. More than a true crime book, this is a true whodunit. Funny little book -- reads like true crime but nobody got hurt or killed. To order this book, please send check or money order containing $26.99 to 221 Hwy 31, PO Box 32, Mount Calm, Texas 76673. by Houghton Mifflin, The Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III. Three days and nothing is found. It certainly, being true, was more poignant than the Mazes and Monsters movie.

a prominent detective from Texas was hired by the Egberts to find him. I liked this book because I really didn't know what had happened to Dallas before I read it and it was interesting to follow along during the investigation. William Dear, while definitely quite a bit self-aggrandizing, is surprisingly non-judgmental. Along the way he also paints the portrait of a very troubled and misunderstood youth for whom one can only feel sympathy. A great read.

However, it's not a D&D-bashing book. I read this book so long ago back in 88 or 89 (I feel so old!! He was a computer whiz, wrote poetry and excelled at his school w. This book is old, published in 1984, four years after the story came to a sad conclusion. A 16 year-old child prodigy, the boy was a computer genius and had an obsession with the game Dungeons and Dragons.

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On top of depression he was a closet homosexual. He owns the firm William C. Dear & Associates. Along the way he also paints the portrait of a very troubled and misunderstood youth for whom one can only feel sym.

It is a story once read never forgotten.

Dear is a decent writer, but he has an over sized ego which is extremely annoying. Also, I think this is one of those books that could have a wide audience. I can't really say that. The book was hyped as this kid who lost it playing Dungeons and Dragons, and because he was a genius had actually laid out these intricate plans, clues, etc. Welcome back. This non-fiction book is one of two books that initiated a negative backlash against Dungeons & Dragons in the early 1980s. Buy Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III by Dear, William (ISBN: 9780395355367) from Amazon's Book Store.

Just not what the book was hyped to be. He had entered the school’s utility tunnels with the intent of committing suicide and went into hiding after that attempt was … He was a computer whiz, wrote poetry and excelled at his school work.

More rumors of Dallas’s homosexuality and drug use. He is an airplane owner who still can charter Lear jets as necessary. An old memory popped into my head recently of reading about this case way back, either at the time or shortly afterwards in the early 80s. Read about the adventures he has following false leads, learning about Dungeons & Dragons, exploring underground steam tunnels, and laying down on the train tracks, and vaguely learn about the darker, sad true story of the disappearance that seems to go mostly untold, and deserves better treatment than this. Its only relevance now is as a footnote in the story of fantasy role-playing games as a part of the ridiculous Satanic-Panic of the 1980s. After finally receiving permission from MSU, Dear and eleven other men went into the maze of pipes and 130 degree heat. Is this a good book? It doesn’t end well either. An old memory popped into my head recently of reading about this case way back, either at the time or shortly afterwards in the early 80s. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, Published As for the reliability of the author, a character to be sure, I really didn't care going in about its reliability already being familiar with the facts in the tragic Dallas Egbert case.

It was truly a pleasure speaking with the author regarding his book. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. But in the course of his astonishing, grueling investigation of life at MSU--and of a young man's tragic alienation from society--he came to understand that there could be no single explanation for the disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III. The book is a quick read but does tend to seem to spin its wheels simply to fill space though at times it seems to hit on a moment of genuine suspense here and there.

Mr. Dear and his investigative team did eventually find the Egbert boy and this is his accounting of the search and rescue. Title: “The Dungeon Master – The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III” William Dear is pretty ridiculous and full of himself and this actually made the book kind of fun to read.

The Dungeon Master is only a passable read.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He is an airplane owner who still can charter Lear jets as necessary. A definite let-down, but still an interesting story. In the end, live-action D&D may have been a catalyst for this disturbed you man to run away from his life, but the game was not the cause. This was quite a gripping page-turner. beneath the college where he attended school. James Dallas Egbert III caused a media uproar when he disappeared in 1979, and made parents everywhere cry over their Dungeons-&-Dragons-playing children (because D&D, presumably, had made Dallas go crazy and run off into the steam tunnels below Michigan State, engrossed in a fantasy world of his own imagining). James Dallas Egbert, III was a young man of sixteen when he went missing. A real life mystery, investigated by a real private detective.

William Dear captures perfectly this true story, told in the first person. In my recollection a boy genius named Egbert, who was obsessed with D&D and liked to play in the sewers of Dallas, had disappeared. It's simply not worth the time to. The Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III is a 1984 book by private investigator William Dear, in which the author gives his explanation of the 1979 "steam tunnel incident" involving the disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III, a student at Michigan State University. After reading the book I actually tracked down the author and spoke with him by phone. The truth was far less intense and actually pretty mediocre where boy-genius craziness is concerned. Maybe?!

Get me the real scoop on the JFK assassination. The truth was far less intense and actually pretty mediocre where boy-genius craziness is concerned. So getting this book, turns out my memory was about 75% right -- the boy's name was James Dallas Egbert, and the private eye on the case wa. It's simply not worth the time to read though I did like the descriptions of the steam-tunnels where Dear's "suffering" seemed a throw-back to the fiction of R.E. A real life mystery, investigated by a real private detective.

James Dallas Egbert III haunts one from the first page to the last.

The Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III eBook: Dear, William C.: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. William Dear is a hugely successful private investigator based in Dallas, whose success allows him to hire several operatives. fans of Into the Wild, Paper Towns or detective novels/memoirs, William Dear relates the story of his search for James Dallas Egbert III, a young genius and avid Dungeons and Dragons player who mysteriously disappeared from the University of Michigan in 1979 in this gripping memoir. This was quite a gripping page-turner. Full marks. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. More than a true crime book, this is a true whodunit. Funny little book -- reads like true crime but nobody got hurt or killed. To order this book, please send check or money order containing $26.99 to 221 Hwy 31, PO Box 32, Mount Calm, Texas 76673. by Houghton Mifflin, The Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III. Three days and nothing is found. It certainly, being true, was more poignant than the Mazes and Monsters movie.

a prominent detective from Texas was hired by the Egberts to find him. I liked this book because I really didn't know what had happened to Dallas before I read it and it was interesting to follow along during the investigation. William Dear, while definitely quite a bit self-aggrandizing, is surprisingly non-judgmental. Along the way he also paints the portrait of a very troubled and misunderstood youth for whom one can only feel sympathy. A great read.

However, it's not a D&D-bashing book. I read this book so long ago back in 88 or 89 (I feel so old!! He was a computer whiz, wrote poetry and excelled at his school w. This book is old, published in 1984, four years after the story came to a sad conclusion. A 16 year-old child prodigy, the boy was a computer genius and had an obsession with the game Dungeons and Dragons.

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William Dear is pretty ridiculous and full of himself and this actually made the book kind of fun to read.

I finished this book a few months ago, and have been putting off this review. In 1980, less than a year after the incident, Egbert successfully committed suicide by self-inflicted gunshot wound.

The book is a quick read but does tend to seem to spin its wheels simply to fill space though at times it seems to hit on a moment of genuine suspense here and there. The book was hyped as this kid who lost it playing Dungeons and Dragons, and because he was a genius had actually laid out these intricate plans, clues, etc. That would impress me. It's very much written from the Everyman angle, having been put together by the leading investigator in the case who writes in such a way that things are always very well explained. January 1st 1984 It's been forever since I read this, but I recall this being a fairly sad tale about a messed up boy (too young to be in college, and closeted gay to boot) who happened to use D&D as his escape. Dear kept the true circumstances of the disappearance a secret until four years after Egbert’s death, due to a promise he made to the boy not to reveal them. He manages to also make it compelling as a 'story', too, instead of just presenting collected facts. This is a sort of true crime book about James Dallas Egbert III who disappeared in 1979 and the search conducted by William Dear who is a renowned private detective to find him. Sadly, his mother constantly pushed him and insisted that things be done her way and his father was unable to stand up for his son.

My only complaint is that at times the book read too much like a typical detective novel with Dear painting himself as the unlikely hero with all of his "gut hunches" and gadgets. His parents reported him missing. Like in any good detective novel, Dear only reveals the clues to his mystery as he came upon them, leaving the reader to form their own hypotheses as they go along. In the end, live-action D&D may have been a catalyst for this disturbed you man to run away from his life, but the game was not the cause.

On top of depression he was a closet homosexual. He owns the firm William C. Dear & Associates. Along the way he also paints the portrait of a very troubled and misunderstood youth for whom one can only feel sym.

It is a story once read never forgotten.

Dear is a decent writer, but he has an over sized ego which is extremely annoying. Also, I think this is one of those books that could have a wide audience. I can't really say that. The book was hyped as this kid who lost it playing Dungeons and Dragons, and because he was a genius had actually laid out these intricate plans, clues, etc. Welcome back. This non-fiction book is one of two books that initiated a negative backlash against Dungeons & Dragons in the early 1980s. Buy Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III by Dear, William (ISBN: 9780395355367) from Amazon's Book Store.

Just not what the book was hyped to be. He had entered the school’s utility tunnels with the intent of committing suicide and went into hiding after that attempt was … He was a computer whiz, wrote poetry and excelled at his school work.

More rumors of Dallas’s homosexuality and drug use. He is an airplane owner who still can charter Lear jets as necessary. An old memory popped into my head recently of reading about this case way back, either at the time or shortly afterwards in the early 80s. Read about the adventures he has following false leads, learning about Dungeons & Dragons, exploring underground steam tunnels, and laying down on the train tracks, and vaguely learn about the darker, sad true story of the disappearance that seems to go mostly untold, and deserves better treatment than this. Its only relevance now is as a footnote in the story of fantasy role-playing games as a part of the ridiculous Satanic-Panic of the 1980s. After finally receiving permission from MSU, Dear and eleven other men went into the maze of pipes and 130 degree heat. Is this a good book? It doesn’t end well either. An old memory popped into my head recently of reading about this case way back, either at the time or shortly afterwards in the early 80s. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, Published As for the reliability of the author, a character to be sure, I really didn't care going in about its reliability already being familiar with the facts in the tragic Dallas Egbert case.

It was truly a pleasure speaking with the author regarding his book. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. But in the course of his astonishing, grueling investigation of life at MSU--and of a young man's tragic alienation from society--he came to understand that there could be no single explanation for the disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III. The book is a quick read but does tend to seem to spin its wheels simply to fill space though at times it seems to hit on a moment of genuine suspense here and there.

Mr. Dear and his investigative team did eventually find the Egbert boy and this is his accounting of the search and rescue. Title: “The Dungeon Master – The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III” William Dear is pretty ridiculous and full of himself and this actually made the book kind of fun to read.

The Dungeon Master is only a passable read.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He is an airplane owner who still can charter Lear jets as necessary. A definite let-down, but still an interesting story. In the end, live-action D&D may have been a catalyst for this disturbed you man to run away from his life, but the game was not the cause. This was quite a gripping page-turner. beneath the college where he attended school. James Dallas Egbert III caused a media uproar when he disappeared in 1979, and made parents everywhere cry over their Dungeons-&-Dragons-playing children (because D&D, presumably, had made Dallas go crazy and run off into the steam tunnels below Michigan State, engrossed in a fantasy world of his own imagining). James Dallas Egbert, III was a young man of sixteen when he went missing. A real life mystery, investigated by a real private detective.

William Dear captures perfectly this true story, told in the first person. In my recollection a boy genius named Egbert, who was obsessed with D&D and liked to play in the sewers of Dallas, had disappeared. It's simply not worth the time to. The Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III is a 1984 book by private investigator William Dear, in which the author gives his explanation of the 1979 "steam tunnel incident" involving the disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III, a student at Michigan State University. After reading the book I actually tracked down the author and spoke with him by phone. The truth was far less intense and actually pretty mediocre where boy-genius craziness is concerned. Maybe?!

Get me the real scoop on the JFK assassination. The truth was far less intense and actually pretty mediocre where boy-genius craziness is concerned. So getting this book, turns out my memory was about 75% right -- the boy's name was James Dallas Egbert, and the private eye on the case wa. It's simply not worth the time to read though I did like the descriptions of the steam-tunnels where Dear's "suffering" seemed a throw-back to the fiction of R.E. A real life mystery, investigated by a real private detective.

James Dallas Egbert III haunts one from the first page to the last.

The Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III eBook: Dear, William C.: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. William Dear is a hugely successful private investigator based in Dallas, whose success allows him to hire several operatives. fans of Into the Wild, Paper Towns or detective novels/memoirs, William Dear relates the story of his search for James Dallas Egbert III, a young genius and avid Dungeons and Dragons player who mysteriously disappeared from the University of Michigan in 1979 in this gripping memoir. This was quite a gripping page-turner. Full marks. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. More than a true crime book, this is a true whodunit. Funny little book -- reads like true crime but nobody got hurt or killed. To order this book, please send check or money order containing $26.99 to 221 Hwy 31, PO Box 32, Mount Calm, Texas 76673. by Houghton Mifflin, The Dungeon Master: The Disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III. Three days and nothing is found. It certainly, being true, was more poignant than the Mazes and Monsters movie.

a prominent detective from Texas was hired by the Egberts to find him. I liked this book because I really didn't know what had happened to Dallas before I read it and it was interesting to follow along during the investigation. William Dear, while definitely quite a bit self-aggrandizing, is surprisingly non-judgmental. Along the way he also paints the portrait of a very troubled and misunderstood youth for whom one can only feel sympathy. A great read.

However, it's not a D&D-bashing book. I read this book so long ago back in 88 or 89 (I feel so old!! He was a computer whiz, wrote poetry and excelled at his school w. This book is old, published in 1984, four years after the story came to a sad conclusion. A 16 year-old child prodigy, the boy was a computer genius and had an obsession with the game Dungeons and Dragons.

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